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Plato, Republic, Book 2, section 360d (search)
what every man believes, and believes truly, as the proponent of this theory will maintain. For if anyone who had got such a licence within his grasp should refuse to do any wrong or lay his hands on others' possessions, he would be regarded as most pitiableCf. 344 A, Gorgias 492 B. and a great fool by all who took note of it,AI)SQANOME/NOIS suggests men of discernment who are not taken in by phrases, “the knowing ones.” Cf. Protagoras 317 A, and Aristophanes Clouds 1241TOI=S EI)DO/SIN. though they would praise himCf. Gorgias 483 B, 492 A, Protagoras 327 B, Aristotle Rhet. ii. 23. before one another's faces, deceiving one another because of their fear of suffering injustice. So much for this poi
Plato, Republic, Book 2, section 366c (search)
who has the power of any resources of mind, money, body, or family should consent to honor justice and not rather laughAristophanes Clouds 1241. when he hears her praised? In sooth, if anyone is able to show the falsity of these arguments, and has come to know with sufficient assurance that justice is best, he feels much indulgence for the unjust, and is not angry with them, but is aware that except a man by inborn divinity of his nature disdains injustice, or, having won to knowledge, refrains from it,